Tales from the Practice of Medicine: Witness to the Unity of Heaven and Humanity

Chenguang Song

PureInsight | December 1, 2008

[PureInsight.org] One day, I received a call asking me to take a look at a child who had fainted in a car. The child was a second-grade boarding school student. He had developed a fever two days earlier and the school nurse had given him a shot to bring down his temperature. The shot given for relieving fever is usually effective in lowering the temperature, but this child’s fever continued throughout the night. The school nurse gave him a second shot, but his fever still did not go down. The nurse gave him a third shot, but his temperature remained high and he fainted. The nurse started to worry, so he called the child’s parents and asked them to send him to the hospital.

When I arrived, I touched the child’s forehead and hand, and I felt that his temperature was very high; it remained high even after my hand had been on his head for a while. His parents wanted to go to the hospital, so I got in their car without saying anything. On the way to the hospital, I started to adjust the child’s body based on the principles of Yin and Yang and the Five Elements. After about ten minutes, the child’s fever went down and the child woke up. Before we had even reached the hospital, the child’s temperature had returned to normal.

The child’s parents looked at me with great surprise. I was also very moved by the amazing results obtained through the use of Chinese medical science. I knew that this did not happen because of my medical skill. When I first saw the child’s high fever, I didn’t know whether I would be able help him or not. But I truly believed that the results would be positive if I followed the principle of Yin and Yang, the principle of the Five Elements, and the principle of the Unity of Heaven and Humanity.

When I first began practicing Falun Gong, the principles of Yin and Yang and the Five Elements helped me understand Falun Gong. I have always felt that my mind and body have undergone tremendous changes when I have done things based on the principles of “Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance.” The happiness I have experienced at such times could not be explained by simply using the principles of Yin and Yang and the Five Elements.

Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2008/10/8/55265.html


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